Treating Infant Reflux and GERD

Treatments for infant reflux and GERD usually start with simple lifestyle adjustments and for many babies, thankfully, this is all they will require.  Others require medications or even surgery. For complete details on all treatment options available for infant reflux and GERD, from the lifestyle adjustments to surgery, and even including some alternative medicine ideas visit this area.


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1 Antispasmodics R.McMahon
2 Cytotec (Mistoprostol) For Treating Infant Reflux Rachel McMahon, B.Sc. Chem. Min. Sc
3 Reglan (Metoclopramide) - Scary and Dangerous or Helpful and Needed? RMacLean
4 14 Steps For Reducing Your Child's Infant Reflux Symptoms RMacLean
5 Facing the Nissen Fundoplication - What to Expect After Surgery RMacLean
6 Does Baby Need Medication For His/Her Infant Reflux? RMacLean
7 Motility Agents (Prokinetics) For Treating Infant Reflux RMacLean
8 Acid Blockers (Histamine Receptor Antagonists) RMacLean
9 Surgical Treatment of Infant GERD - Nissen Fundoplication RMacLean
10 Cytoprotective Agents RMacLean
11 Treating Infant Reflux With Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI's) RMacLean
12 Antacids for Treating Infant Reflux and GERD RMacLean
13 How To Prop an Infant With Reflux RMacLean
14 Carafate (Sulcralfate) For Treating Infant Reflux Rachel McMahon, B.Sc. Chem. Min. Sc.

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*Disclaimer:The information available on this website should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care for the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of your child's reflux. Please consult with your child's doctor or pharmacist before trying any medication (prescription or OTC) or following any treatment plan mentioned. This information is provided only to help you be as informed as possible about your child's condition.